Nachingwea is situated approximately 250 miles (402 kilometers) south of Dar es Salaam, the country's capital.
While it may be a temptation to limit yourself to just the local sights when vacationing in Nachingwea, keep in mind that the surrounding region's abundance of scenic delights await.
To learn about local culture, visit Tanzania's craft workshops.
Those who like to go beyond the usual sights will enjoy the area's wildlife spotting tours, wildlife safaris and guided nature walks. If you prefer to take it easy when you are on a holiday, Tanzania has some good options for you, such as wildlife watching and bird watching.
For discerning travellers, one of the joys of traveling to a new place lies in discovering new flavors. Make sure you eat at the region's the bars, cafés and restaurants in Tanzania. Cooks in this region regularly make use of ugali (maize porridge) and fish in their cooking. Ugali (cornmeal) and vitumbua (rice cakes) are commonly enjoyed by tourists and local foodies. Enjoy kashata ( made from coconut and ground nuts) at the end of your meal. This is a popular choice for residents and travelers. If you enjoy sampling the worlds' beers during your travels, try tusker beer while you're in Tanzania. This is one of the region's best beers. To complete your dining experience, order tamamrind nectar. It is a common beverage in this region.
The world is a book and if you don't travel you may get stuck on the same page. So book your journey and make the most of the beauty and adventures that await in Tanzania.